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CBS Obesity Story Heavy on Hype, Light On Substance
1/29/2007 3:03 PM ET
Reporter Thalia Assuras fails to inform audience of the limitations of body mass index in diagnosing, treating childhood obesity.
Children More at Risk in Red States, Book Claims
1/26/2007 1:00 AM ET
A family group voiced deep skepticism Thursday about a new book charging that children in Republican-leaning states are at greater risk than their peers elsewhere because of conservative policies.
CNN Dusts Off 6-Month-Old Study to Push Internet Advertising Regulations
1/25/2007 12:55 PM ET
Network's top doc gives just 6 seconds to industry and zero time to talk about parental responsibility.
1/23/2007 1:00 AM ET
Which children's story does the Post emphasize? The American Library Association's award winners? Or Goth culture and fashion?
Studies Show Violence on Television Permeates All Genres
1/15/2007 1:00 AM ET
Violence on television has reached record levels, so we can expect more aggressive behavior from children. Read the studies here.
More Violence, More Sex, More Troubled Kids
1/11/2007 1:00 AM ET
Prime time TV is more violent than ever before, more of the violence is sex-related, and children are paying the price.
MTV Promotes the Death of Innocence
1/2/2007 1:00 AM ET
Do parents actually watch what their kids watch on MTV? Or, in the effort to be "un-priggish," have they completely abdicated responsibility to turn the garbage off?
CNN Calls for Government Action on Rising Child Care Expenses
12/21/2006 1:28 PM ET
'Lou Dobbs Tonight' reporter gives no context for one family's day care costs.
CNN Hypes Backover Danger of SUVs
11/14/2006 2:34 PM ET
'American Morning' features advocate for more regulation, rear-view cameras, even though study finds they have their limits.
Lack of Height Adds to Growth of Bills
11/13/2006 6:08 PM ET
USA Today downplays how optional treatment for short children adds billions to insurance costs.
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